Digital Reproduction

Scan a physical object to produce a realistic digitization of the object based on millions of captured data points.  The result is a 3D model that is accurate to .05mm and rendered in colour.

Applications

  • Preserve culture and heritage: museums, galleries, libraries and artists are digitizing artifacts to preserve for posterity
  • Reverse engineer: builders, designers, and engineers reconstruct object geometry in accurate detail for reproduction or product development
  • Create an immersive experience: clients display 3D models of products for e-commerce or virtual reality imagery

Heritage Preservation

Digital proxies and realistic reproductions are cost-effective and highly informative assets.  Through 3D imaging, the public can understand how objects function and see assets that cannot be included in an exhibit due to value, fragility or other prohibitive considerations.

Artistic and Cultural Digitization

First Nations artist Karver Everson handcrafted this western red cedar rattle, then he had us digitize it. Everson can now fabricate the rattle in different materials with 3D printing and can use the digitized version in virtual-reality so people can interact with the digital sculpture, seeing it from any angle, in a simulated environment.

Reverse Engineering

Structured light 3D scanning generates fine details and a high-quality 3D data file.  The construction of real-geometry data from the object, in fine detail, can be imported into computer assisted design (CAD) modeling environments.  This process captures high-resolution 3D scans with millions of data points.